Where is your Lafayette experience going to take you after graduation? The Office of Career Services will help you chart your career after graduation; in fact, more than 90 percent of students use our services, which include exploration of majors, careers, internships, part-time jobs, and graduate and professional school options.

Gain Experience

Access helpful information about externships, internships, the Nonprofit Leadership Development Program, along with resources for gaining hands-on, professional experience during your time at Lafayette.

Learn more about gaining experience.

Access Career Resources

Access a wide range of resources to help you research employers and industries; explore majors and careers; find internships and job opportunities; market your qualifications via resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and social media; and review diversity and minority resources.

Access career resources

Consider Graduate and Professional School

Pursuing a graduate or professional degree is an important decision that requires significant planning. Start early so you can think about what you want to do and why, consider all your options, and prepare the best application materials possible.

Learn more about graduate and professional school planning

Resources for Specific Populations

Career Services is committed to providing resources that support our entire student community. Throughout this section, you will find selected resources for a number of special populations. Please be sure to contact us if you don't find something suited to your particular needs.

Connect to resources for specific populations